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These changes need to deliver real and significant benefits to the business as a whole. Our global network of experts recognise that every business is different. We can help you to assess the impact of regulation on your business, mitigate that impact and develop and implement a strategic response that empowers you to take control of the regulatory agenda.
The QDLP programme forms part of China's efforts to widen its capital account that include launching offshore RMB bond centres, expanding its QFII and RQFII programmes, and establishing the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone. Hear from our panel of PwC subject matter professionals as they share their views.
Regulatory stress testing is moving to the forefront of an ongoing public debate about how banks restore trust and improve their financial health. Banking supervisors around the world are using stress testing as a primary tool in spotting emerging risks and ensuring bank capital levels. This poses a major challenge for banks, many of whom appear to derive false comfort from their existing capabilities. To assess our client’s capabilities in this process we surveyed 24 of the leading financial institutions from 12 different countries across 5 continents to gauge their level of preparedness for the onset of regulatory stress testing.
In response to the rapidly changing and complex transfer pricing environment, this edition focuses on the release of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan published in July 2013 by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and their transfer pricing implications on the financial services sector.
This paper discusses the possible affects of the onset of a single supervisory mechanism for the financial institutions within the Eurozone - most of which appear to be in a state of flux, with little guidance on what to expect or how best to prepare. PwC surveyed 30 of the leading financial institutions with operations in Europe to gauge their level of preparedness for a new shock or crisis in the Eurozone.